I don't have any experience with those two yeasts, but a good rule of thumb that I use for ale yeasts is 1-2-3; as in:
1 week in primary
2 weeks in secondary
3 weeks in bottles
Since you aren't going to do a secondary, I'd shoot for about 3 weeks in primary. I'm sure others have differing opinions, but that would be playing it safe.
Unless your yeast is doing some funny stuff, the 1-2-3 should be a good minumum before you start drinking a batch. Of course I like to keep my pipeline stocked up enough to leave a beer at least a month in bottles, and I usually go 2 weeks in primary and 2 in secondary, but that is just what works well with my schedule. It is also perfectly acceptable to go longer in secondary.
Since you have TCJOHB (one of my favorite books I've found yet) I think you know that the most important step is to RDWHAHB.
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Kelpie Home Brewery, Lafayette Colorado
Primary: Creek Dog Stout x2, Two Dogs IPA, Grinning Kelpie Wheat
Secondary: empty :(
In Bottles: Belgian Wheat